Birmingham fixtures 2015/16

Date published: Wednesday 17th June 2015 9:00

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Gary Rowett’s side go into the season full of confidence after an improved second half of the season, but they face a tough start to the campaign.

Relegated Burnley and play-off contenders Brentford are their first two away games in August, and the month concludes with a home game against Derby, among the favourites for the title.

The first clash with local rivals Wolves comes on October 31 with the reverse fixture at Molineux on March 12 – their season ends at Cardiff on May 7.


8 Reading (h)

15 Burnley (a)

18 Brentford (a)

22 Derby County (h)

29 Milton Keynes Dons (a)


12 Bristol City (h)

15 Nottingham Forest (h)

19 Ipswich Town (a)

26 Rotherham United (h)


3 Leeds United (a)

17 Queens Park Rangers (h)

20 Bolton Wanderers (a)

24 Hull City (a)

31 Wolverhampton (h)


3 Blackburn Rovers (h)

7 Fulham (a)

21 Charlton Athletic (h)

28 Brighton (a)


5 Huddersfield Town (h)

12 Middlesbrough (a)

15 Preston North End (a)

19 Cardiff City (h)

26 Sheffield Wednesday (a)

28 Milton Keynes Dons (h)

January 2016

2 Brentford (h)

12 Nottingham Forest (a)

16 Derby County (a)

23 Ipswich Town (h)

30 Bristol City (a)


6 Sheffield Wednesday (h)

13 Rotherham United (a)

20 Leeds United (h)

23 Bolton Wanderers (h)

27 Queens Park Rangers (a)


5 Hull City (h)

8 Blackburn Rovers (a)

12 Wolverhampton (a)

19 Fulham (h)


2 Charlton Athletic (a)

5 Brighton (h)

9 Reading (a)

16 Burnley (h)

19 Preston North End (h)

23 Huddersfield Town (a)

30 Middlesbrough (h)


7 Cardiff City (a)

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